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RACING AT HARLEM The day was warm and cloudy the track fair The crowd was somewhat below the average for Monday MondayQueen Monday Queen of Song first away to a good start for the opening race was taken back by Turner and rating easily along at the head of the sec ¬ ond bond division came from behind at the last eighth and catching Mazo Matzo the leader went on and won handily Mazo Matzo was second away took the track and waj wa never headed bar Queen of Song Nellie Fonso Fonts was second at the last quarter but died off quickly Cathedral didnt didn't do much fourth position seeming to suit him Prince McClurg McClure who ran in the colors of W E Applegate Appellate and was backed by the talent in eluding Hops Laudeman Laundryman finished a bad third Mr Drake started to bet on Mazo Matzo but the odds being cut from 10 to 8 to 1 shifted him and he wound up on Cathedral CathedralMoncreith Cathedral Moncreith Noncredit won with but little urging He took command at the entrance to the back stretch and thereafter was always in front The five horses had started fairly together but passing the stand Prosecutor laid off two lengths behind the bunch the four ahead of him all waiting so that a walking match was heard Tranby Tabby always as good as third beat Prosecutor by a neck for the place both driving hard Winslow was second to the upper turn but finished paired with Koger Logger B many lengths behind Prosecutor ProsecutorEddie Prosecutor Eddie Jones was in a soft spot in the third race and 1 to 3 was the best price Thorpe rode the favorite as if working the first half thou sent him along from last to first position in the next quarter and from there Eddie Jones rolled in Fred Broens Barons who had been backed from 3 to 1 down to 3 to 2 for place led the pack for threequarters treasurers of a mile but when the favorite got him Respass Trespass colt began to back up and he finished absolutely place honors going to Mr Schorrs Scorers Wilson who easily beat the 100 to 1 shot Elidad Elided Whirmantiline was second for threeeighths of a mile mileSea miles Sea Lion broke quickest and that was the last of it the favorite winning pulling up Galathee Althea was second to the far turn then got into trouble but struck the straight on the inside rail well up in front only to be again interfered with so H Shields pulled him up Boney Bony Boy was sec ¬ ond bond at the last turn but lost third money in a hard drive from Volandies Villainies who got off tangled up as did Gauntlet who from fifth position on the far turn he there being many lengths behind Sea Lion still ran home second to the favorite Gauntlet was backed at the post postDr poster Dr Sheppard won the fifth as he pleased Candelaria Candelabra as easily second Chugnut Chung was third half the journey but finished last Paul Kauvar Kava third beating Del Paso II many lengths lengthsFor lengths For the first five races not a horse had been scratched but of the thirteen carded for the final event Abuse scared out eight The betting with Fosters horse barred was as follows 7 to 5 Storm King 11 to 5 Fair Deceiver 4 to 1 Nannie Nannies Davis 5 to 1 Peter McCue McClure Abuse won away off Storm King second Fair Deceiver Mrd Rd Peter McCue McClure ran second to the home Wretch WretchThe Wretch The bookmakers slips and the programs do not correspond although some days ago when thp hp matter was brought to official notice Col Cool Clark said I believe in having the names of the horses in rotation and have always insisted on this sort of thing wherever I have been pre ¬ siding judge judgeDave judged Dave Waldo Weald br c 3 by Sayre Ayres Helianthus will be sold at public auction August 4 at 1 30 p m in the paddock at the Harlem racetrack racetrackMike racetrack Mike Sweeney Serenely is again on deck He became overheated at Washington Park and since has been cooling out outTrains outranks Trains leave the grand stand after the fourth fifth and sixth races for Chicago via the Lake Street L Sloan's Release. SLOANS LOANS RELEASE RELEASEWhat Release What may possibly be assumed to be Messrs Messes Fleischmauns Freshman side of the story of Tod Todd Sloans Slogans release from his engagement to ride their horses is thus detailed in the Cincinnati Enquirer of Sunday SundayThere Sunbather There is a Cincinnati end to the story of Tod Todd Sloans Slogans release by the Fleischmanns Freshman The release was brought about through a misunder mistune ¬ standing between Mr Julius Fleischmann Freshman the head of the stable and the wellknown welkin jockey which resulted in the unconditional release of the great rider Several times since Sloan has been under contract with the Floischmanns Logicians there have been reports that Sloan was to be re ¬ leased and that he was to ride for Marcus Daly Dally the Copper King The last report was that he was about to sign for next season with some South African millionaire These reports were always denied as fast as they appeared appearedThere appeared There is no rumor in this report that he has been released It is absolutely true and was given by telegraph yesterday yesterdayThe yesterday The cause of his release is due to Sloans Slogans am ¬ bition Briton to ride what he thinks are certain win ¬ ners nears in big stake events Several times this season Mr Julius Fleischmann Freshman has scratched horses in big events just to satisfy the whim of Sloan who could get the mount on the favorite It was this that caused the misunderstanding which resulted in his release releaseThe release The Fleischmanu Freshman string is now at Saratoga and several of their best racers are ready for stake events The other day Sloan asked per ¬ mission to go to Brighton Beach and ride Ham ¬ burg in the Brighton Cup Mr Julius Fleisch Flemish ¬ mann said that he had accommodated Sloan so often that he thought he should be accommo accommodate ¬ dated once in a while and declined to give per ¬ mission This was not done without good rea area ¬ son as Mr Fleischmann Freshman had several starters at Saratoga yesterday when the Brighton Cup was run for at the Beach Sloan got warm under the collar and said he was to receive 5000 from Marcus Daly Dally if he won with Hamburg Mr Fleischmann Freshman said that was no Teason Treason why he should sacrifice several races and then came the argument and employer and jockey parted without an understanding Mr Floischmann came to this city and talked the matter over with several of his intimate friends and it was thought advisable to come to some terms with the joekey jockey Sloan was very anxious to be released It was finally agreed that Sloan was to be released and he was to be paid what ¬ ever Mr Fleischmanu Freshman thought his services have been worth this season The result was Sloan was released yesterday yesterdayIt yesterday It is not known who will ride for the stable in the future but it is safe to say that Mr Fleischmann Freshman will not be long without the ser ¬ vices of a competent jockey Sloan is now at liberty to ride for whom he pleases and a day or so will no doubt find him riding regularly for Daly Dally who is getting ready to race in England where Sloan has a longing to shine once more as the greatestof greatest American jockeys Racing At St. Louis. RACING AT ST LOUIS LOUISOf Louis Of the present condition and prospects of racing at the Fair Grounds track the St Louis Republic says The Fair Association racing stewards will meet this week to select dates for the three fall stakes and decide upon the length of the meeting The horsemen are unanimously in favor of having the racing season extended through September but the stewards may con ¬ clude Claude to close with the end of ninety days In that case the patrons of the sport will have to be content with only twentythree twenty days more racing Prominent horsemen are flocking here from all over the west and it looks as though the St Louis meeting will close in a blaze of glory gloryThe glory The present racing season has been the most successful in the history of the association The quality of sport furnished the patrons of the Fair Grounds has been the best seen hero since 1896 and the betting has been surprisingly brisk all summer The improvement in the betting attracted more bookies than ever but the formful forkful racing and remarkable success of the talent has caused a woeful diminishment in their ranks recently recentlyVery recently Very few of the bookies have fared well Mar ¬ cus cubs Cartwright Cartridge the Nashville plunger lost 17 000 in three weeks and went to Chicago Joe Roses former block man Abe Ehrlich Erich was here early in the meeting booking under the name of the California Club and lost 10000 Eddie Austin tried the St Louis game and had to duck it J B Respass Trespass the Cincinnati high roller tried it for awhile and quit loser Cole Ullman Pullman found it unprofitable booking here and went to Saratoga SaratogaHerman Saratoga Herman Hoffman who never before failed to beat the St Louis meeting is said to be a big loser shis shies season Jack Mahoney who was one of the high rollers in the southern circuit last spring came to St Louis from Louisville but didnt didn't last long on the block Will Davis who beat the Memphis and Louisville meetings went broke at the Fair Grounds Captain Eddie Sinclair Sicklier Billy Kirwan Iran George Pesch Peach Jimmy Halpin Chaplin and numerous other wellknown welkin bookies tried their hand booking at the Fair Grounds but found the betting public too smart for them and dropped by the wayside The meeting opened with nineteen books Then there were fifteen in line for a long time Saturday only twelve cut in notwithstanding the fact that the betting is now as good as it ever was The decrease in the books shows that the public must be beating the ring ringThe righted The three fall stakes of the St Louis Fair Grounds are all for 2yearolds The Chrysan Chrysalis ¬ themum them at one mile 1500 guaranteed for colts fillies and geldinge gelding is the most important of the trio It was inaugurated two years ago and has always been won by a good race horse Algol placed it to his credit in 1895 and Lieber Libber Karl won it last year The entries this year in ¬ clude Claude FoniainebleuEspionage Hindoos Indoors Dream Leo Planter Fausturo Faust Sir Gatian Gating Dr Sam Ulm Lm Racivan Radian W Overton Overtone Cathedral and other crackajacks crackerjacks crackajacksIf crackerjacks If Mr Schorr Scorer should bring W Overton Overtone to St Louis for this stake the crack son of Belvi Elvis dere Derek will be sure to go to the post a strong favorite He won nearly every 2yearold stake at the recent Washington Park meeting and is by far the best 2yearold developed in the west this season The Isabella for 2yearold fillies 1500 five and a half furlongs id thought to be at the mercy of Barney Schreibers Schreiber great filly Miss Marion Louis Ezolls Bezels Espionage is the only eligible that appears to have a chance to beat Schreibers Schreiber great filly The Ozark for 2yearold colts and geldings 1500 six furlongs has a number of good ones entered the most prominent of which are Fontainebleu Containable FHUS HUNS turo turbo Cathedral V Overton Overtone Dr Sam Leo Planter and Ulm Lm The dates for these stakes are due to be announced this week Dally Racing Jjorm Jorum in San JT raiiclsco radicals raiiclscoReaders Readers of DAILY RACING FOEM OEM in San Fran ¬ cisco can get the paper regularly from Foster Orear Rear Ferry Building foot of Market Street Futurity Candidates. FUTURITY CANDIDATES An eastern turf scribe discussing the Futurity eligibles eligible says The best horses that have appeared in tha than east on the Futurity eligible list are J Storey Curtis Muggins Muggings Rogers Roses Lothario Phil J Dwyers Dyers Miller and Half Time Charles Fleischmann Freshman Sons Dr Eichberg Iceberg and Sir Hu ¬ bert John E Maddens Glenheim Gene and Haps burg Pittsburg Pittsburgh Phils Phil Ahom Ahem Arthur Whites Ornamental August Belmonts Belmont Filon Dillon dOr doer and Sundream Undreamt J A Bennetts Bennett Dr Parker and San ford A J Joyners Jones Autumn Alfred Hennen Henna and Dave Morris Duke of Middleburg Middlebrow Presti Presto digitafcrice Caoutchouc Coauthor and Guillemat Guillemot Father Bill Dalys Days Rusher Amos Turneys Tourneys Captain Sigsbee Sighs and James Rowes Owes Tendresse Tennessee More than a dozen other colts and fillies that have run and won hereabouts are on the list but not one of them has done enough to warrant their handlers in going to the trouble and expense of getting him or her ready for tha than race There are others that have not started on account of indisposition or accident but they have beer doing well in their work and still others that have raced in the west westTwo west Two promising youngsters in Jimmie Jimmied Rowes Owes string belong to the former variety They are A B Barnes filly Lady in Blue by Himyar Shimmy out of the mare British Blue Blood and a band some chestnut colt called Lumen by Kinglike which Mr Rowe himself owns Sickness has kept them both in their stables so far but they have been doing so well lately that MrRowoand Narrowband all his friends believe that theirFuturity chances are excellent Lady in Blue has been particu paretic ¬ larly glary admired Another highly tried filly on the Futurity eligible list is John Sanfords Sanford Mai Magi by Meddler Mai Magi has been handled by W P Burch and like Lady in Blue was ailing earlier in the year when Whiplash Prestidigitatrice Prestidigitator Onon Onion dagas dagga Pride Ornamental High Degree Caout Caput ¬ chouc choc and the other smart misses were out earning their keep She is rapidly rounding to however and Mr Burch believes that he has in her a very promising twoyearold toehold Another fast youngster that has not made his appear ¬ ance Vance as yet because of sickness is the Rayon dOr doer Sallie McClelland Macmillan colt His Lordship His Lordship is a strapping big youngster with a splendid turn of speed He is owned by Byron McClellands Macmillan widow and J D Smith who is handling the McClelland Macmillan horses in the east His Lordship has shown at much speed as any youngster that has raced hereabouts this year in his private trials and Mr Smith believes that in him he has the Futurity winner Jean Beraud Bead is not eligible for the Futurity His dam Carrie C was not believed to be in foal when the nominations were made and Jean Beraud Bead the greatest colt of 1898 like Hamburg the greatest colt of 1897 was not named for the richest prize of the American turf Perhaps it is just as well that Jean Beraud Bead is not to go If he were in the Futurity the outcome of the race would not be so charmingly uncertain Michael F Dwyers Dyers swiftfooted swift Kingston colt Kingdon Kingdom is not eligible either nor is James Galways Always Ethelbert Ethel The master of Preakuess Remakes will not however be without representa represent ¬ tives ties Two promising Jersey bred youngsters in his string are being licked into shape for it by Lew Blew Elmore Elmo at Saratoga They are Eller Keller dalo dale and Bangor and both have shown sufficiently well in their work to greatly en ¬ courage b6th Mr Galway and Mr Elmore Elmo Tho Theo greatest of the western Aspirants on public form is William Hendries Henries Martimas Martians a strap ¬ ping chestnut colt by Candlemas Candelas out of the famous mare Biggonet Bygone Martimas Martians is at Sara ¬ toga and he has done so well that many of tho thou FUTURITY CANDIDATES Continued from 1st Page horsemen at the spa have predicted victory for him Martimasis Martians not a green colt He started twice at Ft Erie and won both times His owner is a wealthy Canadian and will come down on Futurity day to bet a lot of money on the Candlemas Candelas colt J E Seagram has a string of youngsters at the spa also undergoing prep ¬ aration aeration for the Futurity Several of them have done pretty well too tooIf too If a future book on the Futurity was opened today Autumn Captain Sigsbee Sighs Glenheim Gene Ahom Ahem Sir Hubert Dr Parker and Dr Eich Erich berir beerier would get more support from the Long Island owners and trainers than any of the other joungsters youngsters A great deal has been said about Ahom Ahem lately The goodlooking boohooing half brother of Ben Brush ehowed showed on two occasions this season that he could race in company He hasnt hasn't been out recently but he has boon worked steadily and is in excellent condition Glenheim Gene is another vastly improved colt He is a bit overgrown still but is in much bettor shape than he ever was before and John Mad ¬ den expects to have him give a good account of himself on Futurity day Hapsburg who will probably be Glenheims Genesis running mate in the Futurity is a half brother to Hamburg Ho is out of Hamburgs Hamburg dam Lady Reel by the stallion Candlemas Candelas who has got some good race horses during the last few years Haps ¬ burg raced at Morris Park early in the spring but did not show any of Hamburgs Hamburg speed He was not in the best of condition then however and Mr Madden believes that his long rest has improved him Page  DAILY RAGING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY A BAIL BEFLEOTION DEFLECTION OF THE AMEBIOAN GAMBIAN TUBP TUB BY TELEGBAPH TELEGRAPH DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO EDITOB EDIT F H BBUNELL ASSOCIATE EDITOB EDIT C C RILEY 5th Ave Chicago 111 COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDEatarad Copyrighted Eatarad Eastward according to act of Congress in the year 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HARLEM POOLING POOLINGLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE KY August 1 Tonights Tonight pool ¬ ing King on Tuesdays Harlem fields is Second Race Libertine 25 Cutter 10 Offi Off ¬ cial cal 8 The Tory 8 F Garner 56 Depending 5 Valesco Vales 5 Chugnut Chung 5 Osmon3 field 5 5Third Third Race Daily Racing Form 10 Locust Blossom 8 Sidoman Sideman 8 First Call 6 Diggs Digs 6 Moroni Moronic 5 La Princessa Princess 5 Borden 5 field 6 6Fourth Fourth Race King Barleycorn 25 The Ken tuckian12 Cambrian 12 Aprils Lady 10 GURSS GAUSS Me 8 Stamina 6 Excursion 6 The Dragoon 8 Ostra Rostra 8 field 8 8Fifth Fifth Race Traverser Traverse 15 Flora Louise 10 St Alfonses Alfonso D 8 Hardly 6 Lady Stockham Stockholm 6 Ferroll5 Canova Canoga 5 Tapestry 4 4Sixth Sixth Race Boanerges Beaneries 15 Elusive 12 Morte Mote Fonse Fosse 10 Braw Lad 8 Cherry Leaf S Bishop Reed 6 6Seventh Seventh Race Tartarian Agrarian 15 Marzolla Mazola 10 Our Gertie Erie 8 Madrilene Marlene 8 Hindonet Himont 6 Turf Reform In England. TURF REFORM IN ENGLAND As a result of the recent agitation in the English Jockey Club and sporting press of the country in favor of longer distance racing at a meeting of the English Jockey Club to be held at Newmarket Newark in the first October week the Stewards will propose that rules 45 46 and 47 of the Rules of Racing be altered to read as fol fool ¬ lows 45 At every meeting advertised in the Rac Race ¬ ing King Calendar onehalf Neal of the total amount guar ¬ anteed anted for prizes shall be apportioned to races of a mile or over for threeyearolds or upwards only and of this half not less than a moiety shall be for races of a mile and a half or up wards 46 There shall be no race of less distance than five furlongs 47 The program of each day shall be subject to the following regulations I There shall be at least one race of one mile and a half or upward and at least one race of a mile or upward Neither of these races shall be open to twoyearolds toeholds and one of them shall boneither ebonite a handicap nor a race with sell ¬ ing King conditions conditionsII conditions II There shall not be more than two races to which threeyear three olds or upward are admitted of less than seven furlongs and of these two races only one may be less than six furonga furlong III Of the races confined to twoyearolds toeholds there shall not be more than two races a day before September 1 nor more than three a day at any time timeIV time IV Matches and private sweepstakes may be sanctioned by the stewards independent of the above regulations Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF Andy Hamilton the once famous colored jockey is now penniless Hamilton has been getting but few mounts in the east this year and it keeps him hustling to make his expenses Several days ago a roadhouse keeper near the Brighton Beach racetrack put in a board bill against Hamilton with the stewards of the Brighton track and what little money he has coming to him for mounts at that track will by order of the track officials be used to settle the bill billJ bill J C Cahn Can leads the winning owners at St Louis with9760 to his credit Crocket Rocket winning most of it Other owners whose horses have done well are Woodford Woodward Buckner Buckers 7000 C C Maffitt Afflict 6670 Barney Schreiber 6235 A Cahn Can 5598 G C Bennett 5497 W L Sim Siam ¬ mons moons 5815 J Huffman Co 4839 Schorr Scorer Son 3220 Foster Bros Brows 3603 and quite a large array of owners are well above the thous thus ¬ and mark markRiley merrily Riley Grannan Granada is spending the summer at Saratoga Springs but does not attempt to enter the gates of the Saratoga Racing Association Grannan Granada is under the ban of the eastern jockey club and therefore barred from following his vocation Outside of the track there is a pool ¬ room There Grannan Granada contents himself making bets on foreign races and every now and then thenm them m fling a commissioner into the local ring The dates of the fall races at Woodbine Park Toronto Ont were announced July 21 Seven days racing will be given on the Ontario Jockey Club course from September 24 to October 1 both inclusive under the auspices of the Coun Count ¬ try and Hunt Club The Toronto ruces Cruces will follow the Fort Erie fall meeting which closes September 2 and after the Toronto races the Detroit meetings will begin beginThe begin The suckling fuil fusil brother to Kfngdon Kingdom prop ¬ erty arty of W L Lansing of Harrodbburg Harrisburg died a few days ago St. Louis Form. ST LOUIS JfOKM Folk ST Louis Mo August 1 The form of Tues ¬ days Fair Grounds fields is First Race Mound City Wilson C Calla Lily LilySecond Millisecond Second Race Zamar Zamia II Aquinas Harrie Harriet Floyd FloydThird Floyd Third Race Empress JosephineLord Josephine Neville Moch Mooch MochFourth Fourth Race Marquise Demosthenes Remoteness Gomez GomezFifth Gomez Fifth Race Dandy H Be True Good Hope HopeSixth Coppersmith Sixth Race Maddalo Addable Can Galop Gallop Mamie Mammies G St. Louis Entries. ST LOUIS ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather cloudy track heavy heavyFirst headfirst First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Maidens Allowances Ind Indo Hovsos Hoses Age V7t Hdcp Dc 8437 Henry R 6 97 575 7288 Picarona Picaroon 4 95 585 58573003CallaLilv 73003CallaLilv 4 95 625 7448 Johnny Bohan Bhang 3 95 615 7448 Col Cool linsville instilled 3 92 600 6007G3Q3Wilson 7G3Q3Wilson C 3 92 635 63574482ElouHd 74482ElouHd City 3 92 650 7388 Cousin Lizzie Tizzies 3 90 620 7313 Dora G 3 90 550 550Second Second Race 34 Mile 4yearolds Selling Selling7475Zamar 7475Zamar II 107 700 7509 Aquinas 105 695 7471 Harrio Hari Floyd 103 685 7475 The Navy 103 650 4651 Koenigen Kenning 103 660 660Third Third Race 1 Milo 3yoarolds and upward Soiling 7534 Tom Kingsley Kingly 3 107 7368 Mr Pip 3 105 7060 Li Hung Chang 3 103 7504 Gypceiver Glycerine 3 103 7242 Aloch Loch 3 103 7476 Lord Neville 3 103 7448 Muskadine Misaimed 3 103 7062 Captain Carmody Armory 4 103 7504 B H 3 100 70SO Property 3 100 7476 Flora G 3 100 7448Violin 3 100 73S82Empress Josephine 3 98 Fourth Race 2 Miles 3yoarolds and upward Allowances 7510 Mrs Bradshaw Brads 7 106 7505 Minerva 5 105 7419 Jack Bradley 6 101 7505 Gomez 4 100 7505 Marquise 5 98 7420 Demosthenes Remoteness 4 89 6268 Sam Tracey Tracery 3v 83 Fifth Race 5 12 Furlongs i 2yearolds Allowances Allowances7132Tobe 7132Tobe Paine 106 6846 Palarm Alarm 106 7452 Dandy H 106 75062Be True 106 7452 Good Hope 103 7216MountainDow 103 7389Evelyu Byrd 103 7301Jessie Jarboe Arbores 103 7450 George Dunnett Dunne 98 7364 Koenisr Koreans 95 Nora R 95 5379 Abano Abandon 95 7172 FoutoJla Flotilla 95 6656OllieS 95 7195 Nan Dora 95 Sixth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling74752Can 74752Can Galop Gallop 4 105 7536 Moralist 4 102 7472Rowland Duete Duet 4 102 7505Maddalo 4 102 7536 Harry Shannon 5 101 75052MamieG 5 99 7366 Dawn 4 97 74712Alma Glyn Lyn 4 97 Brighton Beach Form. BRIGHTON BEACH FORM FORMNEW FORMAN NEW YOBK OK N Y August 1 The form of Tuesdays Brighton Beach fields is isFirst misfires First Race Jefferson Ruby Lips High Priest PriestSecond Priests Second Race Anitra Anita Wine Press Klondyke Klondike Queen QueenThird Queenlier Third Race Maximo Maxim Gomez Banquo Banquet II De bride brideFourth Bridgeport Fourth Race Bromley Brome entry Tabouret Tambour Komurasaki Kimura KomurasakiFifth Fifth Race Hanwell Handel Tripping Slasher Lasher Sixth Race Ben Ronald Frohman Frogman Bur lesque leisure II Brighton Beach Entries. BRIGHTON BEACH ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst fascist First Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Age Wt Hd 1719FredK 5 Ill 7275 Shultz Schultz 4 111 7497 Leo Lake 6 108 7058 Squire Abingdon Abandon 3107 73963Swamp Angel 4 106 7480 Jefferson 5 103 74543Charagrace 3 101 7151 Commercial Traveler 3 101 67P 9068 Tan tris tries 3 101 63tt 7499 Merlin 3 101 670 7270 High Priest 3 101 690 74142HardyC 69074142HardyC 3 98 655 7477 Field Lark 3 96 6fiO 7456 Ruby Lips 3 96 695 695Second Second Race 34 Mile 2yearolds Fillies Selling 7297 Avoca Avocado 104 6 7328 6973253Anitra Wine Press 104 69 73253Anitra 104 700 7193 May Landis Lands 101 535 7478 Klondyke Klondike Queen 104 690 690Third Third Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling 7459 Marshall 8 114 685 74792BanquoII 68574792BanquoII 4 106 695 74972Abingdon 69574972Abingdon 6 103 670 73292Debride 67073292Debride 4 103 690 7414 Genaro Gear 3 101 67 74823Maxirao 6774823Maxirao Gomez 3 93 700 74973Ella 70074973Ella Daly Dally 3 91 680 680Fourth Fourth Race 1 Mile 3yearolds Fillies Allowances AllowancesThe Allowances The Saragossa Sargasso Stakes 7415 Komurasaki Kimura 116 730 73074563tBonadea 74563tBonadea 109 725 75075422Tabouret 7542tKenmoro 7257542tKenmoro Queen 109 750 75422Tabouret 109 740 70262Mies 74070262Mies Tenny Teeny 109 70 75428Lady 7075428Lady Marian 109 710 74973Ella 71074973Ella Daly Dally 101 690 73723Eileen 69073723Eileen D 91 700 VV 700VV C Daly Dally entry tBromloy trimly Co entry entryFifth interfaith Fifth Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward High Weight Handicap 74822ContiLental 6 140 670 7500 Tripping 4 136 690 7500 Hanwoll Honolulu 6 130 700 74772Decide 70074772Decide 5 127 675 6852 Bastion 4 119 660 7171 Slasher Lasher 3 114 680 680Sixth Sixth Race 1 116 Miles 3yearoids and upward Selling Selling75452Burlesque 75452Burlesque II 4 Ill 685 7499Ben 6857499Ben Ronald 4 108 700 7370 Philip 3 98 670 6707497Gun 7497Gun Metal 3 98 675 67575453Song8ter 75453Song8ter 3 95 680 74993Frobman 68074993Frobman 3 87 690 DAVE WALDO WEALD WALDOBrown Brown colt 3 by Sayre Ayres Helianthus will be sold Thursday August 4th at 130 pm in the paddock at Harlem Race Track This colt ran threequarters treasurers at Washington Park in 1 12J is very fast and needs no recom recon ¬ mendation mediation A GREAT SALE AT ST LOOIS LOIS LOOISIn Loomis In the forenoons of August 8 and 9 Messrs Messes Woodard Woodward Shanklin Shackling will conduct at St Louia Louisa Fair Grounds a combination sale of yearlings and horses in training about 100 head in num numb ¬ ber beer The yearlings are either the entire crops or select consignments from Messrs Messes Clay Woodford Woodward Woodford Woodward Bros Brows Applegato Applecart Mc Meekiu Meek O H Cbenault Bengal Mora E SharpeE SharpE H Douglas and Mrs J B Prather Rather They are su ¬ perior prior in individuality and of the highest breeding The horses in training are from the most successful stables of John Huffman and others and have proven their worth in winning both stakes and purses COMMISSIONS ON FOREIGN RACES THE UNDERSIGNED WILL FOBWAED FLOWED TO RESPON RESPOND ¬ SIBLE SABLE BOOKMAKERS AT THE BACE ACE TBAOES TAOS IN INNEW SINEW NEW YORK MONTREAL AND ST LODIS LOIS LODISANY LODI ANY SUM OF MONET NOT LESS THAN 500 THAT MAY BE LEFT WITH US ONE HOUE HUE PBIOE BIOME TC THE OPENING OF THE BACES ACES BUDD BUD WHITE CO 167 Dearborn St Room 3O1 BOSTON OYSTER HOUSE MADISON AND CLARK STREETS LUXURIANT IN FITTINGS FITTINGSCUISINE FITTINGS CUISINE UNEXCELLED UNEXCELLEDEm Unexcelled Em SERY1GE THE BEST SEASON A High Class Modern Restaurant MODERATE B r WELTY WETLY PRICES WELTYMANAGES MANAGES Page  Harlem Form Chart. HARLEM FORM CHART CHARTCHICAGO CATCHING CHICAGO 111 August 1 Seventh day Harlein Herein Jockey Club MidSummer Meeting Weather clear track hard and dead Presiding Judge M Lewis Clark Starter Richard Dwyer Racine starts at 2 30 B m H C 6 FIRST RACE 58 Mile 2yearolds Allowances 6 eJ eJjO Jo jO 400 added net value to winner 345 10 entrance 102 to second 13 to third lud laud Horses Wt St M Yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C TSTQrF tf OF SONG 107 3 ISK IS 2 K 23 U N Turner W J Smith 3434 742 M iA 108 4n 24 12 1U 224 Couley Cooley Welch Co 10 10 8 10 73S P CEMCCLURQ105 6i 8 61 31 31 Thorpe W E Applegate Appellate 3 44 3 3 757i3HJWlSS JjK CATHEDRAL 110 1 4 3 4 41 4 T Burns J W Schorr Scorer Son 32 32 75 75 7i3HJWlSS MARKS 107 5 5H 74 61 5 Everett M Jordan 15 15 12 15 74i3G 30746C li PAKISIENNE PAKISTAN 110 9 6 4 72 512 J Woods Stanton Tucker 20 30 20 30 746C NELLIE FONSO FONTS 98 8i 31 52 5s 71 WHMartin Wharton Walden Sweet 20 50 20 50 74 FOXNETTE 110 2s 7 81 82 86 Hewitt E M Mitchell 10 20 10 20 751S CHrVAL Cheval DOR DORA 110 7i 9999 H Shields T Luckey Lucky Co 20 40 20 40 02iWioaer Time 40Time 12 24 361 491 1 02i Wioaer Widower Br f by Eshor Shore Sonata SonataPost Sonata Post 2 minutes Start good Won cleverly the nest three were driviner diviner Queon Queen of Sont Ont liked iur inure track had a lot of speed and ran a good race She is a more than ordinary filly Mazo Matzo showed a sharp turn of speed It was perhaps uso so at the wrong time Had Conloy Colony waited and made hi run in the stretch the colt would have had a better winning chance Prince McClurg McClure vas ail t9 lid up at to start He was pocketed to the stretch turn but came with a rush when he yot yo tl rough Cathedral does best on a soft track He was off well and bar sonn sonny interference on the i u turn had no excuses Gay Parisienne Parisian ran a fair race She is speedy but seams to bo fjhit fajita bc d ThcjiC THC ns cjinJesaid cines fNeJieFonsoCLevaldOr wants nmdtodo nematode his best TS b M 4 SECOND SAO Mi iS Mile8 4 yearoi year els ells and upward Selling 4 O 41 PU PUL PAUL L 400 net value to winner 325 SIC entrance 90 to second 35 to third uo Te vt Sr St 4 V X StrFin Strafing Joe toys Owners O H L 231 OXCPEITB COCKPIT US 2 2 1 1 1 1 11 T Burns J E Murphy 753213101310 753213101310aDTIAiNfSY aDTIAiNfSY radians i07 3 4 3 31423 2 2 N Turner G Whitman 7878 7878lioiaPItastCUTOR 33337333WISLOW lioiaPItastCUTOR 1C8 4 K 5 5 4 4 34 38 Couley Cooley J B Gentry 3333 7333WISLOW 107 5 31 21 2 SNK SANK 42 4 Everett T E Barrett Barrette 20 20 15 15 7J8 KGGEJ GE 3 107 11 1 4H 5 5 5 5 Tuorpo Torpor F C Moshier Mushier 3 1653 3 Time 134 26i 40 53 1 054 1 18 1 304 1 44 1 57 BagpipesO Bagpipes Winner 57Winner Br c 4 by Jim Gore Bagpipes O at firs break to a good start Won well in hand second whipped out third easily It was H bad race Moncreith Noncredit was the best and galloped all the way All the boys in the race evi Levi ¬ dently dentally fdd faddy Wai Waif ting orders The pace was very slow Burns took advantage of the other boys wuitir wittier d raied railed Moncreith Noncredit nicely in frout rout He stole a march on the stretch turn and opened a gap HIP others could not overcome Tranby Tabby ran a good race He swerved though under punishi punish ° nt a the stretch Keep this fellow in rniud rid He seems to be a fair sort of a selling fter after l lerfr err erfr err B could not run fast enough to keep warm Throw his race out It was far below tii tipi TOM K YVinslow Veins ran well up the first part of it which shows the pace must have been slow Thioupa Ethiopia the tretch stretch Prosecutor came fast Moncreith Noncredit was jumped on and ut in the race THIRD RACE 1 Mile 3year olds Allowances a i Purse 400 net value to winner 300 75 to second 25 to third d Horses Wt St 1A V StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H JL C 75193EI OIE JOIE JONES 102 4 5 24 11 15 17 Thorpe BurnsWaterhse Breakwaters 13 13 14 310 5181 Wi SON 102 5 3K 5 5 3 25 T Burns J W Schorr Scorer Son3 434 4649 ELIDAD ELIDED 102 1 42 4 4 5 31 McNickle Canticle H L Haskell Hake 60 75 60 75 6780 WHIR MA NTILINE ANTICLINE 97 34 2H 3 3H 42 42J WHMartin Wharton Reed Reynolds 80 SO 75 75 5703 FRED BROENS BARONS 102 2 1C lii ii 26 22 5 Everett J B Respass Trespass 20 20 15 15 Time 15Time 13 25 374 50 1 021 1 154 1 43i Winner 43iWinner B c by Morello Marcello Early Rose RosePost Osseous Post 4 minutes Start good Won in a walk second and third were driving Eddie Jones far outclassed his field He was in a soft spot and won as he should off by himself This is a colt of class and will win from now on in better company He likes a fast track best Wilsons Wilson forte is mud Considering his long letup and the condition the track was in he ran a good race Elidad Elided finished with a rush Fred Broens Barons had a Jot of speed He is an awful coward and went all to pieces wlien lien Eddie Jones caught him It looks as though he never will be able to go a rente rented H K O C ± FOURTH RACE 5 12 Furlongs 2yearolds Allowances 4 ff O Purse 400 net value to winner 300 75 to second S25 to third Ind Indo Horses Wt St M H StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L O 73863SEA LION 103 2u 12 H 114 nj T Burns J W Schorr Scorer Sonl2 51252 115 7382JGAUNTLET 1157382JGAUNTLET 113 5 512 44 32 26 Thorpe BurnsWaterhse Breakwaters 7766 776673822VOLANDIES 73822VOLANDIES 108 1 4 520 41 3 Everett H J Scoggan Slogan 4 4i 4 4 7431 BONEY BONY BOY 110 3 33 2 2 K 4 N Turner Mrs R Bradley 7878 73823GALATHEE 787873823GALATHEE 108 4H 2 3U 55 56 H Shields W M Hayes 2 1452 145 7460 WHITE PINE 100 6 6666 Rose J Krepper Keeper Co 60 100 60 100 Time 100Time 12 231 491 1 02 1 08i Winner 08iWinner B c by Deceiver Sea View ViewPost Viewpoint Post 5 minutes Start poor Won handily second driving third and fourth driving also Sea Lion got a running start was lucky and well ridden He was heavily played and evidently likes a route From a bad beginning Gauntlet ran a corking good race With an equal break he would have been hard to beat Volandies Villainies suffered from poor handling Everett got all tangled up on the far turn and swung wide in the stretch Boney Bony Boy off well showed his usual turn of speed but tired badly at the end He is a consistent colt that likes weight off Galathee Althea an below the notch H PI O H FIFTH RACE 1 116 Miles 4year olds and upward Allowances 6 J t 400 added net value to winner 1300 75 to second 25 to third Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A Vi 5s Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 7332 DR SHEPPARD 110 2H H 11 2 m is T Burns Foster Bros Brows 353525920 7434CANDELARIA 3535259207434CANDELARIA 110 1NK 214 2 23 2z 25 Thorpe BurusWatorhse 24 2i 2 2 752PPAU L KAUVAR KAVA 103 44 42 3 3 K 32 3 Hewitt StantonTucker Stanton 10 15 10 15 6669 DEL PASO II 108 5 5 5 5 4 44 N Turner FE McLloughCo20 30 20 30 6341 CHUGNUT CHUNG 101 3 31 4 4 5 5 Slack R Bradley 100 300 100 300 Time 300Time 13 25 38 51 1 03J 1 16 1 424 1 49 Winner 49Winner B c 4 by Buchanan Voltine Voltaire VoltinePost Evolution Post 3 minutes Start good Won easily second and third just as easily Dr Sheppard was the best and showed it He was under restraint in front all of the way He is a colt of fair class and is m good form now Candelaria Candelabra got the place in the same way as Sheppard won Ho is a good colt but cannot boat Sheppard He was raced in bar plates today Paul Kauvar Kava was hard ncden incident all the way but eased at the end The race was between the first three all of the way Overweights Overweighs wayOverweights Paul Kauvar Kava 2 pounds SIX SellingS400 L H RACE34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling S400 added net value to winner 300 75 to second 25 to third lad Horse Wt St JJ Vt StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 743i ABUSE 107 2 1 12 12 I2i T Burns Foster Bros Brows 16161817 752Q3STORM 16161817752Q3STORM KING 111 3 3 32J 21 23 H Shields W Landsberg Lindbergh 12 15 12 15 7359 FAIR DECEIVER 86 4K 42 41 3 31 Knight C R McLean CLean 20 25 20 25 6673 NANNIE NANNIES DAVIS 86 5 5 5 5 45 J Waldo Weald D Waldo Weald 20 30 20 30 6955 PETER MC CUE 95 1 22 25 42 5 WHMartin Wharton Thos Ethos Watkins 20 30 20 30 Time 121 24i 36 484 1 011 1 141 Winner 141Winner B h 5 by Plevna Pena Abukru Laburnum AbukruPost Burps Post 5 minutes Start good Won in a walk second cleverly Third and fourth driving Thero Hero was nothing to the race Abuse was far the best in a soft spot and played with his field He is in fine form at present Keep close watch on Storm King Ho ran a cracking good race and is roady road to win This is a good colt He was badly cut down in Canada but is entirely over tha than n Fair Deceiver ran where sho shod belongs Nauuie Maui Davis was coming fast at the end Little aido ado was not strong enough to help the filly any Peter McCue McClure as usual showed a lot of speed He was high in flosh flash nowhere near ready and stopped early Sci SC earlySci early t hed heed Newsgatheror Newscaster 95 George H Ketcham Ketch 95 Tartarian Agrarian 100 Tom Toiler 88 Sybaris Sybarite 91 Joe Musse Muse 9S Bryan 95 Robinson 95 Saratoga Form Chart. SARATOGA FORM CHART CHARTSAKAXOGA CHARTA SAKAXOGA SARATOGA N Y August 1 MeetingWeather Meeting Fourth day Saratoga Racing Association Summer Meeting Weather showery track fair Pr iuiii Judge J J Burke Starter M Byrnes Byres Ra 1 rts arts a 100 p m H C tM h uiRST quirts BACK 38 Mile 300 added 2yearolds Allowances l StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 7466 WAYS AND MEANS115 5 44 2 21 li Barrett Barrette Mrs B McClelland Macmillan 75 751 65 H COCONEL O'CONNELL TENNY TENANCY 1C84 4 62 63 3 22 Irving J A McLaughlin 6 10 6 7 Mj HANDCUFF 111 2 3 44 41 S Murphy Wiiiiam Smith 2524 6 ir OUT 108 3 2 Forbes Mrs R McKeever McKee 10 40 10 30 U 3 JIT IT 105 7 51 Kelly R T Wilson Jr 20 SO 20 40 7440 P KKER KERI BRICE 115 1 rtin tin W A Porter 6854 ETONA ETNA 105 6 7777 Lamley Langley GoughacresStablolO 50 10 30 l03iWinner Time 30Time m23K 374 494 l03i Winner LisricPosts B c by Bermuda Lisric Lipstick Posts minutes Start good Won cleverly second easily Ways and Means was the best Colonel Tenny Teeny was poorly handled but came strong in the last quarter Effort had speed but quit Parker Bruce was short Scratched shortScratched sportscast Mazio Nazi 0 112 Overweights Overweighs 112Overweights Colonel Tenny Teeny 4 pound Handcuff 34 t7K3r SECOND RACE 1 Mile 300 added 3yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L 7020BANASTAR 110 2 22 24 22 23 IH Barrett Barrette Dots Bros Brows 5 5 34 34 7S07JCANDLEBLACK 113 1 14 IH 11 H 23 Ciawson Caisson W A Pinkerton 4 4 75 85 7439HOY ORATOR 120 3 44 3 34 33 35 Murphy W Keyes Keynes 1 95 1 95 72S9JGLONOINE 9572S9JGLONOINE 120 5 5 4 46 410 415 R Williams J Hynes Haynes Co 4 7 24 6 UNCLE LOUIS 97 4 3 5 5 5 5 Makiu Malibu Fleischmann Freshman Sons20 100 12 50 Time 50Time 12i 25 37 50 1 021 1 15 1 27l 1 41 Winner 41Winner Ch c by Farandolo Armadillo Blessing r Off at first break to a good start Won driving hard second also driving Candleblack Candlewick weakened in the closing drive Barrett Barrette rode the strongest finish Bauastar Bustard hung on gamely Boy Orator was always outrun Glonoine Leonine was anchored by tho thou weight Scratched Central Trust 120 Margaret Jane 105 Deorfoot Dorothy 110 7581 THIRD RACE 53 Mile 400 added All ages Allowances Ind Indo Horses Y2 StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 32 33 2 11 Knapp George Murphy 752 1 1 7436 LOITERER 113 1 1 IH IH 2 W Martin J R Koeno Keno 2 2 2 24 2422 THE WINNER 118 4 4 4 44 3 Murphy GE Smith 3636 6793 TRILLO TRILL 113 6 64 61 54 4 Irving L O Appleby Apple 5 10 5 8 46323SEMICOLQN 9143 2H 2H 31 51 Gray J T Stewart 8 15 8 12 2261 4060G3 KILT 108 5 52 53 6 63 Lamley Langley GoughacresStable25 60 25 40 60G3 OVIATT OBVIATE 113 7 7777 Forbes R McKeever McKee 20 60 20 50 Time 50Time 124 24 361 49i 1 01i 01iWinner AlgaPost Jalaps Winner B c 3 by Hindoo Indoor Alga Post 3 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Loiterer ran a greatly improved race Ben Hadad Add came away easily at the end The Winner closed strong in tho thou stretch Semi ¬ colon speedScratched speeds showed some speed Scratched Turtle Dove 113 South Africa 115 Overweights Overweighs 115Overweights Semicolon 14 pounds 7532 FOURTH RACE 1 Mile 400 added 3yearolds and upward Handicap StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 7436 IMPERATOR 115 1 1 1 1C 16 i Cunngham Chung J Galway 10 15 10 15 7513POETESS 157513POETESS 114 3 3 31 31 32 2 W Martin W Laimbeor Limber 251225920 6378 SIR VASSAR 115 4 4 44 4 32 C Sloan Sydney Pagot Argot 2 5 24 6 62213FILAMENT 98 2 28 2 2 23 4 Clawson Lawson P S P Randolph 4745 42iWinner Time 4745Time 12 24 ± 3S 49 1 014 1 15 1 28 1 42i Winner ViewPost Viewpoint Br c 4 by Iroquois Glen View Post 10 minutes Start poor Won easily second tho thou same Imperator and Filament got three lengths the best of the start Poetess was slow to begin and Imperator opened such a gap that she could never get up Scratched upScratched unscratched Mazarin Mandarin 126 Candleblack Candlewick 118 Hurly Burly 114 Domitor Dormitory 114 Charentus Carets 102 Premier 112 FIFTH RACE 1 Mile 300 added 3yearolds and upward Allowances Wt St Str Star Fin Jockoys Jockeys Owners O H L C 7437TWINKLER 74702BON INO IMO 111 2 11 IH 12 14 26 R Williams J E Seagram 4646 71053 JACKANAPES 103 5 41 51 41 41 31 Gray A Covington Coving 4633 6359 MANASSAS MANTISSAS 106 6 6 66 51 42 C Sloan P S P Randolph 10 30 10 20 7470 LEXTON LEPTON PIRATE 116 3 21 31 32 31 56 McCafferty J J McCafferty 24 3 353 5726 SISTER STELLA 111 4 51 41 5 6 6 Dupee Dupe H T Griffin 10 20 10 20 Time 20Time 13 26 371 504 1 03 1 15i 1 291 1 414 NabettePost Nanette Wiqner Winner 414Wiqner B c 3 by Brutus Bruits Nabette Nanette Post 3 minutes Start good Won in a hard drive second also driving It was a hard drive the last quarter Twinkler Winkler was the fittest and ran a game race Jackanapes is not ready Lex Alex ¬ ington Kingston Pirate ran a bad race McCafferty did not persevere with him in the stretch and was reprimanded Scratched Squan Sequa 116 Stray Step 116 Damocles 113 15 ftllES fettles FROM ST LOUIS ON THE WABASH WABASHBARNEY WABASH BARNEY SCHRESBERS SCHREIBER MOPELFARM MOPELFARMTHE THE CHOICEST OF AUSTRALIAN BLOOD BLOODFOUL BLOOD FOUL SHOT BY MUSKETSLANDER MUSKETS Ithnrio Throb f Touchstone by Camel rLongbow Longbow Verbbna Verbena by Volociped Velocipede eiro euro of Feu Feud do Joio Joie JoioLegerdemain Miss Bowo Boo J Catton Canton by Golnmpns Golan Tranbys Standbys dam by Orville Pantaloon Castrel Wastrel by Buzzard Legerdemain Ccarwitch Carmichael Idaha Idaho by Peruvian Decoy FilhodaPntoby Hpheard Hyphenated Finesse by Peruvian Melbourne j Humphrey Humph CJinkei Cine byCmm Wost Worst Australian Cervantes mare Derby and St Leger Leer Mowerina Mower Touchstone by Can el eli i Emma by Whisker Camel Whalebone by Waxy Belie mare Daughter of Brutandorf Bartender by Blacklock Blackjack MrsCrickBhnksbyWlbclt Canteen J Wasy Washy Pope by Waxy i Calendar I Ia Castania Castaneda by Gohanna Ghana a Hanibletonia Hamilton 4 StamfordbyPleniptentiarj D StamfordbyPleniptentiarjHarmonicfibyHmbletiiisE 0 HarmonicfibyHmbletiiisE I r c Tros Taros Imported ImportedAlice Imported Priam Pram by EmiliuB Emilio EmiliuBAlly Empirically Cassandra Ally by Partisan Alice Grey Gray 5 Bous Bogus Emigrant byPknpB Gulnereby Vulnerably byPknpBGulnereby YonrsGoheiin The Colonel I Whisker by Waxy Ccp Cp jrpie juried Imported Delpini Delphinium WaxyDelpini mare Sister to Cactus j BelimDuchess Snltn Singleton by Belim Belgium Duchess of Ycik Yuck by Wrxy Wry Dover Touchstone BeJl Belo Brsnd Brand 7 Verbqsa Verbs Sophie j Skilhinda Skirling 1 Sallio Sallie Brass Im ported BFUPGsETOM MCX MC Page  Saratoga Form. SABATOGA SARATOGA FORM SARATOGA N Y August lTlie Lillie form of Tuesdays Saratoga fields is t tFirst First First RacePiccola Francesco Water Girl Settle Gray GraySecond Gasconade Second Race Dr Catlett Cattle Hurly Burly or Havoc White Frost FrostThird Frothier Third RacePinkerton entry Loiterer Hand press pressKcurth press Kcurth Kurt Race Plaudit Bangle Handball HandballFifth Handball Fifth Race Damocles Saratoga Oxnard Saratoga Entries. SAKATOGA SARATOGA ENTKIES ENTICES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst fascist First Kace Ace 68 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Fillies Allowances AllowancesInd Allowances Ind Indo Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp Dc 6691 MazieO Maze 110 670 67074402Piccola 74402Piccola 108 700 74693 Water Girl 98 690 6834 Bettio Bettor Gray 98 680 6248 Harmonica 98 650 650Evident Evident b f by Executor War Dance 98 6970 Full Dress 98 660 660Second Second Kace Ace 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Age Wt 1 17532S3ir Hdcp Dc 7532S3ir Vassar 5 120 660 6917Belmar 6 116 690 7332 White Frost 4 108 725 7467Buela 4 108 720 72002riwiftmas 3 106 710 7468Athanas 3 106 700 7202Happahannock 3 106 680 7439 Premier 5 102 670 75132Havoc 6 102 730 73992Dr Catlett Cattle 4 102 750 7512Hurly Burly 3 101 Tliird Laird Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Handicap Handicap75302Candleblack 75302Candleblack 12t3 7512Hurly Burly 125 75312Loiterer 118 75123Handpress 109 7470 Aratoma Saratoga 109 W A Pinkerton entry entryFourth henceforth Fourth Kace Ace 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances AllowancesHamburg Allowances Hamburg Stakes 1000 added added69192Plaudit 69192Plaudit 126 75122Bangle 119 7169 George Keene 119 6087Harvey 119 72002rfwiftmas 119 7500 Murillo Merrill 119 7531 Trillo Trill M19 74392Handball 126 Fifth Kace Ace G 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances74703Damocles 74703Damocles 5 115 7468 Squan Sequa 4 115 7470 Aratoma Saratoga 3 109 7470 Oxnard 3 109 7163 Come Quick 3 104 650 74673Saratoga Harlem Form. HARLEM FORM The form of Tuesdays Harlem fields is First Race Millie M Olivia L Dousterswivel Dusters DousterswivelSecond Second Race Libertine Official Cutter CutterThird Cutter Third RaceSybaris Graveyards First Call Sidonian Sideman SidonianFourth Fourth Race King Barleycorn Cambrian Stamina StaminaFifth Stamina Fifth Race Traverser Traverse Ferroll Ferro StAlfonses Salons D DSixth Sixth Sixth Race Elusive Cherry Leaf Morte Mote Fouse Fuse FouseSeventh Focuses Seventh Race Hindoonet Himont Madrileno Marlene Mar zella ella Harlem Entries. HARLEM ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track good goodFirst goofiest First Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Horses75l63Bethlehem Age Wgt Wt Hdcp Dc 75l63Bethlehem Bethlehem Star 3 92 92Mary 6644 Mary Kinsella Knell 3 93 93OliviaL 6668 OliviaL Olivia OliviaL69393Provolo 4 97 97Provolo 69393Provolo Provolo Provolone 3 98 98Dousterswivel 7463 Dousterswivel Dusters 3 98 98Cosmos 7205 Cosmos 3 95 95Sauterne 4644 Sauterne 5 99 99Millie 7430 Millie M 5 100 100Bryan 7357 Bryan 8 102 102Con 5353 Con Reagan Reagan7258DrSharp 4 105 105rSharp 7258DrSharp rSharp Sharp 3 107 107Second Second Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances 7411 Jay Bird 3 87 7232 Official 3 92 6674 Depending 3 92 7357 Friskal Frisk 4 94 7075 Brother Fred 4 95 7411 Valesco Vales 4 98 6546 F Garner 4 96 9674112Cutter 74112Cutter 3 96 7527 Chugnut Chung 5 98 7516 Osmon Olson 4 99 7411 The Tory 4 99 7433 Libertine 7 101 101Third Third Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling 7464 Babieca Barbican 3 95 7357 TomToher Together 3 95 6173 First Call 3 98 9874642Locust 74642Locust Blossom 3 98 7357 Moroni Moronic 3 98 7522 Sybaris Sybarite 3 100 7306 Nivoce Invoice 3 103 7516 Daily Racing Form 3 103 6320 La Princessa Princess 4 105 10575162Bordon 75162Bordon 3 107 7014 Diggs Digs 6 107 1077357Sidonian 7357Sidonian 4 110 110Fourth Fourth Race 58 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Selling P onchotula honcho 96 7518 MasdeV Made 96 7485 Aprils Ladyi Lady 98 73843The Dragoon 99 7330 Barney Saal Sal 99 FaustilO Faust bi c by Exile Faust FaustRose Faust Rose 99 7435Stamina 99 6154 Miss Dooloy Dooley 100 73862The Kentuckian 101 7386Guess Me 102 7406Ostra 106 73083Cambrian 107 71033Kiug Barleycorn 109 7431 Excursion 112 Fifth Race 34 Mile Syoarolds Soared Allowances 7361 Tapestry 92 4950 Hardly 92 7411 Ferroll Ferro 92 7516 Canova Canoga 97 5998 Flora Louise 98 Lady Stockham Stockholm 93 7519 St AlfonsesD Alfonso 107 75192Tiaverser 110 Sixth Race 1 Mile and 100 Yards 3yearolds and upward Polling Polling73853Elusive 73853Elusive 4 101 7334 Bishop Reed 4 102 75173BrawLad 4 102 7408 Cherry Leaf 4 106 75172Morte Fonse Fosse 6 108 7521 Boanerges Beaneries 4 114 Seventh Race 34 Milo Milo3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling7516Marzella 7516Marzella 3 97 7098 flindoonet fluidounce 3 100 7258Our Gertie Erie 3 105 7316 Lady Callahan 4 106 7359Tenole 4 107 7016 Madrilene Marlene 4 108 7522Tartarian 8 Ill 7335Melter 3 113 Racing Dates Of 1898. RACING DATES OF 1898 St Louis Mo May 14 Harlem Chicago July 25 Butte Mont July 2 Aug Au 6 j Brighton Beach NY July 6 Aug Au 9 Saratoga NY July 28 Aug Au 27 Windsor Can Aug Au 2 18 18Aug Anaconda Mont Aug Au 11 Sept 10 Aqueduct L I N Y Aug Au 15 20 20Aug Sheepshead Shepherd Bay NY Aug Au 23 Sept 10 Gravesend Graves N Y Sept 13 29 Westchester Esthete N Y Oct 122 Aqueduct L L N Y Oct 24Nov 8 W WW CLOHESEY CLOCHES CO COPOOL COOL POOL ROOM and BOOKMAKERS SUPPLIES 1 TICKETS PHONE n SHEETS MAIM 3 SLATES MAIN 3 CASH BOXES BOXES9Q 9Q Jj BLACK BOARDS ETC 48 = 50 Wabash Ave AveCHICAGO CHICAGO Goodwins Godwin 1RTH 1RTHOFFICIAL I O I II IITurf Nitrify OFFICIAL Turf Guide YEAR YEARMORE ENAMORED MORE COMPLETE THAN EVER A VALUABLE ADDITION MADE MADEA MADE A Form Table to Each Event which shows exact position of every horso hors which was either 1st 2d 3d or 4th at each quarter pole also positions at start Im ¬ portant portent notes added when required Events reported from all parts of the country and Canada Issued the 1st and 15th of every month PRICE 60 CIS CPIS EACH For sale at all principal hotels newsstands racetracks and publishers office officeGOODWIN office GOODWIN GODWIN BROS BRO T a r 40th fttrant attaint UJUl Joule i iPaper Paper Paper covers ready for delivery August 2 2Leather Leather covers ready for delivery August 5 Monthly Racing Form paper 100 100Leather Leather 150 150Two Two = flonths fonts Racing Form paper 200 200TwoMonths TwoMonths Torments Racing Form leather on order 300 300Three Three = flonths fonts Racing Form leather 400 400Five Five = Months Racing Form leather 600 Jhe He Leather Book is Specially Bound for Hard Use Its Covers are Flexible and the Index pjinted jointed on Linen Paper and Lettered for Finger Use Userhe Sere rhe rhea Books Index is Plain and Serviceable THE INDEX IS FULL MD COMPLETE CHE CHEN EDITION IS LIMITED THERE ARE BUT FEW OF THE LONGTERMVOL LONGER UMES FUMES ORDERS FILLED AS RECEIVED WE PAY THE FREIGHT FREIGHTDaily Freighted Daily Racing Form Publishing Co 126 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO ILL s tflprUC Correct Concise Cornel CornelForm Cornel Form Sheets and Unifies expertly Training News a Specialty j I i i ii fore the Chicago rfwes refers 999 Page  Brighton Beach Form Chart. BRIGHTON BEACH FORM CHART CHARTBRIGHTON CHARTERING BRIGHTON BEACH N YM August 1 Twentythird Twenty day Brighton Beach Racing Associa Asocial ¬ tion ion Summer Meeting Weather wet track good Presiding Judge R W Simmons Starter C J Fitzserald Fitzgerald Racing starts at 2 30 p m lad Horses Wt 8t K V4 Si StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L G 7412 TANIS ANIS 109 2 214 1H 1 14 1 McDermott H Patterson 15 40 15 40 4074793LANSDALE 74793LANSDALE 111 1 1 2 21 23 22 Hamilton W L Oliver 5755 7415 OUR JOHNNY 120 3 4 4 4 32 3 Lewis W Cheritan Christian 1 3 72013 720 7370 TARANTO TORONTO 112 4 3 38 36 4 4 Bergen M Bergen 3534 3534Time Time 26 51 i 1 17i 1 43f 1 50i 50iWinner Winner B g 5 by Hanover Lone Cloth ClothStart Cloths Start good Won driving Tanis Anis victory stamps the race a very had one Lansdale Landler is best in mud always but is improving Our Johnny had no chance with his ride He was allowed to fall hopelessly out of the race on the first turn although the pace was ridiculously slow Taranto Arrant is u Ia horse always Scratched Banquo Banquet II 114 General Maceo Maceio 103 Charagrace Carapace 99 Maximo Maxim Gomez 99 Black Dudp Dup 99 JLJL JILL 7541 aE SECOND KAUK AUK 58 Mile 500 added 2yearolds Maidens Selling Ind Indo Horses VVt Vt St 4 H 5H StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C CAMPUS 101 9 H 21 It H E Jones F Davidson 10 25 10 20 7271 BEN BLUE 98 5 7772 OLeary O'Leary C Gorman 6 10 6 8 7395 SOMERS ISOMERS 107 3 51 61 8 3 Simms Sims M F Dwyer 10 10 5 5 7008 ABIDE 98 8 6 51 41 4u James P J Miles 15 40 15 30 7498 FULMINATE 95 1 41 34 31 51 Maher August Belmont 3534 7413 CURIO 89 2 8 9 9 6 Odom Sodom F R Hitchcock 15 25 15 20 7297 INEENNAMARA 107 6 21 11 22 71 Coylie Collie F C OReilly Gorily 10 30 10 25 7129 BRAHMIN 92 11 9868 OConnor O'Connor J E Madden 3433 7271 REQUITA REQUITAL 95 4 31 41 5 9 Soneer Sooner E C Taylor 15 15 15 15 1150 HIGH BORN 8912 10 10 10 10 Hothersall Others W C Daly Dally 10 25 10 15 5910 SAGASTA SAGAS 89 10 11 11 11 11 Boland Borland A J Joyner Joiner 10 60 10 50 6274 WINDWARD 107 7 12 12 12 12 Doggett Doge W E Applegate Appellate Jr3 4 3 31 31HIGH HIGH WATER 90 14 13 13 13 13 McCne McConnell W B Gilpin Gulping 20 100 20 75 7398 HOLDUP 92 13 14 14 14 14 Thompson J L Holland 15 20 15 20 20Time Time 12i 24 36 49i 103 103Winner Winner B c by Kingston Startle StartleStart Startles Start good Won driving Campus is promising He closed strong and took the short route Bon Blue came fast at the end Seiners Seines ran well Abide looked to be second and ran well under bad handling Fulminate ran out on the stretch turn or he would have been closer up Curio had no chance with the jockey but ran well Ineennamara showed a tine burst of speed but was allowed to run out and lost all chances Windward is a fine looker and was a big tip but ran green may do better later on onScratched unscratched Scratched Mount Clemens 92 Althea 89 7542 THIRD KAUU KUDU 34 Mile 600 added 3yearold fillies Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St H yt M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owner O H L C 7456J TABOURET ABORT 106 1 1 1 1 1 Maher T A Magee 45 6 5 45 65 8585657575L02LADY 6661KENMOREQUEEN106 656661KENMOREQUEEN106 2 21 21 22 12 T Sloan Bromley Brome Co1 85856575 75L02LADY 41LA MARIAN 106 4 31 31 W 350 OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 3 41 3 41 LA RUSSE RUSS 93 3 4444 James R W Neilson Nelson 20 60 20 50 50Dead 14iStart Dead heat Time 24 48i 1 01i 1 14i Start good Finished driving Tabouret Tambour was under a choking pull the first part and was the best Sloan on the third best horse today made Maher look cheap Lady Marian was allowed to swerve in the stretch and from a bad beginning ran finely RUNOFF 7542 Ind Indo Horses Wt St X K StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 6b61KENMOREQUEEN106 1 2 2 2 11 T Sloan Bromley Brome Co 75751 1 7456JTABOURET 106 2 12 12 12 2 Maher T A Maeee 351 351 Time 24 48i 1 01i 1 14t RoseleafStart Roselle Winner B f by Ben Strome Stone Roseleaf Roselle Start good Won easily Kenmoro Kenmore Queen was saved and came with a rush in the stretch Tabouret Tambour jockeyshipScratched was turned loose from the start It was clearly a case of superior jockeyship jockeys Scratched Eileen D 96 7543 FOURTH UAUE AGUE l Mile 800 added 3yearolds and upward Handicap Ind Indo Horses Wt St H K M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 73462ROYAL STAG 126 4 36 36 32 12 12j Taral Aral J S Curtis 459104545 45910454573752DECANTER 53574153QLOR1AN 73752DECANTER 107 2 5 42 5 21 21 OLeary O'Leary FR T HitchcockS Hitchcock 535 74153QLOR1AN 114 3 42 5 41 35 35 Dotfgett Dotage W B JenningsCo Jennings 3 3 21 3 74562GENERAL MACEO MACE 93 1 2 21 2H 410 410 OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 12 15 12 12 7500 CHENILLE 96 5 12Time 12 15 n 5 5 Songer Sponger M J Daly Dally 8 15 8 12 Time 241 491 1 02 1 15i 1 42i Winner BarcelonaStart Barcelona 42iWinner B h 5 by Highland Chief Barcelona Start fair VVon Von easily Royal Stag outclassed his field at the distance and got a strong ride from a lucky break Decanter broke slowly and fell hopelessly out of the race butcame butane strong at the finish Glorian Gloria was standing flatfooted at the start and was exhausted in making up lost ground He ran a splendid race under adverse conditions General Maceo Maceio is very good right distanceScratched distances now for him Chenille is very fast but is only up to a sprinting distance Scratched Lady Marian 94 7544 FIFTH FIF FIFO RACE 78 Mile 800 added 2yearolds Handicap Ind Indo Horses VVt Vt St H 1A 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 7374 3173743TJbiDRESSE EXCEPTION 95 2 31 3 31 23 12 T Sloan P J Miles 4 4 21 31 73743TJbiDRESSE 464674813CHOHUS 105 6 4 51 5 5 22 Spencer J Rowe Co 4646 74813CHOHUS BOY 104 1 U H IH li 32 Maher W Lakeland 21 4 21 31 7481 DR FITZdIMMONS 98 4 6 6 6 6 42 OLeary O'Leary J C Fitzsimmons 8 25 8 20 7328EASTEK CARD 122 5 21 22 23 32 5 Taral Aral Rogers Rose 75751 65 74163AL 6574163AL REEVES 90 3 25Time 51 43 41 41 6 OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 15 30 15 25 Time 13 25 50 1 03 1 161 1 291 Winner B f by Bersan Berman Catherine C Start CStart Start good Won driving Exception won through the ride Tendresse Tennessee waited with came fast at the end having saved ground on the turns Chorus Boy was best but was run to a stand ¬ still the first part of the race Dr Fitzsimmons was a good horse in this race Easter Card bolted on the stretch turn and is a bad betting tool Scratched toolScratched tolerance Jack Point 128 Cormorant 117 Kirkwood Ironwood 117 Helen Thomas 102 Corrected 102Corrected weight Al Reeves 90 SIXTH RAJJi l Mile 500 added 3yearoids and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt bt M Vt StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 7399MARITO 95 2 li 22 14 11 ill Maher P J Miles 45 45 710310 74992BURLESQUEII 108 1 22 3103103152 Doggett Doge C T Patterson 232 135 7394 SONGSTER 93 4 38 1 22 21 315 Thompson J E Madden 5545 7459jKING 55457459jKING T 108 3 4 4 4 4 4 Simms Sims J Vendig Vending 5 10 5 8 Time 254 491 1 15 1 42 Winner 42Winner B f 3 by Vqlante Volant Maori MaoriStart Maoist Start good Won easily Marito Marion was the best and best handled Songster was badly ridden but was a good horse today Burlesque lucky and well handled ran his race Scratched raceScratched backscratcher Decanter 102 Ten Spot 103 Juno 101 Campania Campanula 101 St. Louis Form Chart. ST LOUIS FORM CHART CHARTST CHARTS ST LOUIS BIO August 1 Sixtyeighth Sixty day St Louis Fair Association Summer Meeting Weather clear track heavy Presiding Judge Jos Jose A Murphy Starter C C Chinn Chin Racing starts at 230 p m 7534 FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Allowances ind bind Horses Wt St 54 1A 3A Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 6022 KOWALSKY KOALAS KOWALSKY74743NORA 95 6 61 65 2 I F Givens W H McLemore Clamored 15 30 10 30 74743NORA S 83 2 73 51 33 23 Gormely Formerly George B Rogers 2 4 2 34 7304 CORRESPOND 92 8 4 li 13 3 Stevens R Morrison Orison 20 40 15 30 7419 RAY B 00 1 I 32 6 42 Lines J Nagle Angle 2 3 2 21 7314 SVVIFTY 92 5 52 44 41 5 Givens J Kern 25 50 25 JO 7173 MlbS LbS BRAMBLE 90 4 21 51 61 Ward T E Davis 5 15 5 12 6990 TOM KITSGSLEY 91112 10 9 8 72 C Clay J S Williams 12 15 12 12 7314 O HINA CHINA 97 9 9 10 9 8 Gilmore M E Dowd Dowdy 3433 7173 GALL1LE 8 10 9i bouthard bustard P Wilkerson Wilkes Col2 40 12 30 961 150ANNIE ROARNA ROAN 83 3 31 71 7 10 C Murphy Mrs M Mack 10 100 10 150 ANNIE KING 92 10 11 11 11 11 L Jackson W C ROES 15 SCO SCOT 15 200 6242 MISS GARRETT 83 11 12 1 12 12 C Mitchell J Butterworth Butterscotch 20 100 20 100 Time 100Time 251 5tt 1 05 1 20i Winner 20iWinner Br h 5 by Isaac Murphy Derochcment Detachment Post J6 minutes Start o d Won in a drive second and third hard at it It was a bad lot Nora lotNora Leonora S should bate won She svervf serf d into the deep going and then was only nosed out Kow Know Kowalsky Koalas alsky alky had no help from his rider Cochina Cochin showed speed Scratched Jolly Son 92 Bridget 92 Judith C 90 Overweights Overweighs Tom Kingsley Kingly 31 poundo pound SECOND RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt Bt Bt6JU Str Star Fin Jockeys Ovners Boners O H L C 6JU EVl Evil ElCfi Elfin 102 4 474492ANNIE 12 lio Clio Gilmore Foster Bros Brows 74492ANNIE OLDFIELD GOLDFIELD 104110 8 51 51 28 MarionMorgan Marion 6645 474 SCHOOL GIRL 102 9 10 7 45 jo W Dean BrowngBrdmnS Burrowing 30 75043REEFER 102 3 368482SPINNAKER 53 61 63 42 CClny Clancy R E Maddox 6 20 6 15 68482SPINNAKER 104 5 22 3 58 51 Bloss Loss Brown 15Brown Ward 5 25 5 20 4524 CLORINDA CLARINDA 102 7 7 9 7 61 Lines A W Foulk Folk 10 75 10 60 1452 LADY FITZSIMNS FITTINGS 102 8 9 10 8 7 W Miller BejQspnWattECoSO 100 30 100 7388 ALLIE SALLIE B 104 1 61 8 9 8 Hall C P Kennedy 30 ICO CO 30 ICO CO 7029 MARGARET WADE 102 11 11 11 11 9 Rutter Ruttier CEMuenshaw Clemens 15 50 15 40 7418 BESTHA BERTHA UTIGER TIGER 102 2 4 41 10 10 M Dunn J Huffman 10 20 10 15 7422 LUCKY STAR II 102 6 35 25 s FellStevens Enlistees O G Parke Parker 36 34 Time 34Time 25t 53 l06tl20i Winner l06tl20iWinner Ch f by Masetto Mastoid Miss Rye Post 11 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Eva Rice was the best She is not at home in the going and can beat better ones on t fast track Spinnaker had speed for a time as did Lucky Star II The latter probably bled internally She interfered with the bunch behind her Spinnaker being all but pulled up Scratched upScratched unscratched Laura May 102 102Overweights Overweights Overweighs Annie Oldfield Goldfield 21 pounds Spinnaker 2 Allie Sallie B 2 THIRD RACE 1 Milo Purse 300 3yearolds and upward Selling 9 Wt St y yz K StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 7305 ANGER 103 8 7 7 6 42 12 H Wilson EF Smith 7505 RANSOM 105 11 12 9 83 52 21 Gilmore BrningB Burning 7218 SERF 105 3 5 56 2 12 32 Q Martin Short Bros Brows 30 50 25 40 7472 MORALIST 10610 887 S 41 Suell Sell J A Aberna Sabena Abernathy 4 12 4 10 7510 MYSTERY 95 6 6 63 53 8 51 Lines W M Hayes 2423 7472 JUDGE DE BOUSE BLOUSE 105 7 42 31 S 3 K 21 63 Rutter Ruttier J J Barry 15 30 15 30 7015 Cushir7388ADAM HARRY SHANNON 105 4 31 21 48 71 7 78 Bloss Loss J E Cushir Cushier Gushing 1651 1 7388ADAM ANDREW 106 1 9 10 11 9 81 JMcDonaldH McDonald L Jones 6 20 6 15 7510 ED GARTLAND GARLAND II 94 5 13 18 13 6 9 W Miller D A Honig Hong 8 30 8 20 7510 JIM HENRY 108 2 2 4 9 10 10 Carroll W T Wrigh Wright Sonl5 15015 1CU 7241 McCnr74713THE SIEENIA SIENA 103 12 11 12 12 11 11 J Smith H J McCnr McClure McCnne McConnell 12 50 12 40 74713THE PLANET 106 9 10 11 10 12 12 Southard Southward J H Smith 25 25 12 15 Time 25i 52 121150 121150Winner Winner Ch g 4 by Farandole Farad Adalia Aralias AdaliaPost Adulators Post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second ridden out The horses were all over the track at the finish Ed Gartland Garland II opened up a big gap and then stopped to nothing Harry Shannon and Jadge Jade De Bouse Blouse were pumped out chasing him Then came the back division floundering in No form to the rrce arced rrceScratched Scratched Hlnra Helena Rnnpr Runner 103 Rill 1 7587 e O O 4 Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St H 1A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C I 75093GIBRALTAR 105 1 15 1 12 IK Lines C C Maffltt Aflutter 55 75 65 75 j 75082THE CHEMIST 112 3 2 215 230 250 JMcDonaldFosterBrmfield 7104 5 23 23 5999 FERRIS HARTMAN 95 2 33 31 33 32 Southard Southward D W Kelly 100 10040 60 7029 THURMAN HUMAN 95 5 5 4 4 41 Givens J Kern 100 2CO 100 150 REPEAL 93 4 41 5 5 5 C Murphy R S Ferrel Ferret 75 500 75 400 25lWinner Time 400Time 25i 53 1 18t 1 25l Winner Blk Balk c 3 by Stonehenge Chemise Post 23 minutes Start good Wen ridden out second dri drib ving vying hard tThe tithe Chemist after heading Gibraltar in the lasUfurlonc tired at the finish Gibraltar was at home in the sticky going The rest of the field might as well have been in the stable Scratched Bello Belo cf Memphis 100 7588 FIFTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yoarolds and upward Allowances Vt StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O flXi flip C 75103BELLE BRAMBLE 97 5 57510HIRES1DE 31 21 1 13 C Clay W L Simmons 5634 7510HIRES1DE 102 1 6 41 41 21 Lines C C Maffitt Afflict 2 4 2 31 7474 WIG GINS 102 3 373922MITCHELL1 4 5 5 3 JMcDonaldFostertfeBrumfieldS 10 4 8 73922MITCHELL1 95 7 5 31 31 4 Southard Southward A Hobusch Hobs 4 84 7 7358 P1NKEY POTTER 104 2 272803PURITY 7 6 6 52 Bloss Loss J JE E Gushing 12 50 12 40 72803PURITY 728Q3PURITY 40728Q3PURITY 83 4 23 7 7 66 Gormley Grimly M Simpson 85 852 2 8 5 95 7471 MISS LIZZIE TIZZIES 83 6 1 11 U 2n 7 Ward T J McHalo Michael 12 30 12 30 Time 30Time 25 52 J 1051 119 Winner Ch f 4 by Bramble 111 Wind Post 7 minutes Start good Won easily second and third driving Belle Bramble was at home in the going Fireside hung at the finish Purity ran about three furlongs and then went to pieces Overweights Overweighs Wiggins 5 pounds Pinky Potter 5 rr T O Q SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards Purse 400 3yearolds and upward 0 O O 7 Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St Vi ZA StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H 7366 CECIL 94 3 li 12 13 15 13 C Clay J T Weaver Co 7 8 5 I 7507 SCHILLER CHILLER 102 2 31 23 28 28 22 Rutter Ruttier B Schreibor Schreiber 21 3 2 o 7510 SUNBURST 104 1 21 51 65 41 30 Bloss Loss JE Gushing 652 652 75073ELKIN 65275073ELKIN 107 8 61 68 52 32 48 Southard Southward JH Smith 3737 7450 TREBOR TREVOR 85 6 7 41 41 52 52 Kelly O G Parko Park 7744 7413PAWNEE 77447413PAWNEE 96 7 8 7 7 6 65 Mitchell O Rhoads Roads 20 10020M5 74723SPRINGTIME 10020M574723SPRINGTIME 96 4 41 31 31 7 7 H Wilson E F Smith 8 30 8 25 7471 ZAKINA AKIN 92 5 51 8 8 8 8 Lines A C Bernays Betrays 8 30 8 2Q 2QTime Time 26 5H 11914711531 Winner ConroyPost Contraposition 11914711531Winner Ch IB 5 by Bramble Mary Conroy Cory Post G minutes Start good Won easily second the same Cecil reveled in the going Sun burst was badly outrun the first part but closed strong Schiller Chiller is not the horse he was Elkin Welkin ¬ was off badly and went the long route routeScratched outstretched Scratched Prince of India 97 97Overweights Overweights Overweighs Schiller Chiller 3 pounds Sunburst 5 Trebor Trevor 2 Cheap 5afe Sensible Comfortable OWNERS AND norssr morass while in transit witfr wit i additicnnl addition cost to th 1 BTprcae Battercake companys company f frae frame of cost to yoB oB TL defaco deface the car vl eii ii adjnstoi adjunction and can bo et up iu l ity city nilr nil XKW KW for auy ay ann bar of oi eg f in double doc ba 628630632 East Front Street StreetINnNNATJ Street INnNNATJ O Page  H FIVE OR MORE RACES DAILYRAIN DAILY OR SHINE BEGINNING AT 230 PM PMADMISSION MANUMISSION ADMISSION 75 CENTS LADIES 50 CENTS GRAND CONCERT BY BANKS CREGIERS CAREGIVERS ORCHESTRA 30 PIECESDAILY SPEEDILY AT 130 PJ WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 ASPIBANT ASPIRANT STAKES FOR TWOYEAROLDS TOEHOLDS 5 12 FURLONGS 750 ADDED SATURDAY AUGUST 6 GARDEN CITY HANDICAP FOR THREEYEAROLDS AND UPWARD 34 MILE 1000 ADDED HARLEM RACE TRACK at 1240 120 and 145 pm Round Trip 25 Cents CentsSPEQIAL SPEQIAL SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TRAIN on Chicago Junction Railway loaves Drexel Boulevard at 1230 p m stopping at Cottage Grove and Vin Vain cennes scenes Avenues Grand Boulevard Michigan Avenue State Street Wentworth Avenue Halsted Halted Street and Ashland and Archer Avenues con necting netting with 1 20 p m train at Ogden Avenue returning after second train from track trackSPECIAL tracks SPECIAL TRAINS ON LAKE STREET L stopping at all loop stations leave Randolph Street and Fifth Avenue Station at l24 136 and 148 pm stopping at Halsted Halted Street and Ashland Avenue connecting with electric cars at 52d Street direct to track trackSPECIAL tracks SPECIAL ELECTRIC CARS via 12th Street and 5th Avenue leave Van Buren Burn and State Streets every 10 minutes from 1240 to 1 50 p m stop ping at Canal and Halsted Halted Streets and Ashland and Ogden Avenues direct to track M NATHANSON NATHAN Secretary Room 1 130 Adams Street SUMMER AND FALL MEETING MEETINGTHE MEETING THE CHICAGO RACING ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES THE FOLLOWING STAKES TO BE RUN AT ITS SUMMER AND FALL MEETING OVER THE HAWTHORNE TRACK THE LA GRANGE STAKESIA STAKES sweepstakes for weight for ace if for less 3 Ibs Dibs allowed for THE SUPERIOR STAKES A sweepstakes for for each 100 to 900 then 2 Ibs Dibs for each 100 fillies two years old Entrance 5 each to ac ¬ each S200 to 800 then 2 Ibb Bb for each 100 down threeyearolds Entrance 5 each to accom Tacoma ¬ down to 500 Starters to be named and selling sellingSrice spellings company the nomination S50 additional to start to 100 Starters to be named and selling price pany panky the nomination iO additional to start stated through the entry box by the usual 1000 added of which 200 to second and 100 to stated through the entry box by the usual hour 1000 added of which 200 to the second and Srice Rice our for the closing of entries the day pre ¬ third A winner of a sweepstakes race of 1000 for the closing of entries the day preceding the 100 to the third A winner of two sweepstakes ceding the race and all so named to be liable to carry 4 Ibs Dibs of two such or one of 1500 7 race and all so named to be liable for the start ¬ to carry 5 Ibs Dibs penalty Others nonwinners nominees for the starting fee Mile and a sixteenth sixteenthTHE sixteenth Ibs Dibs penalty Others nonwinners nominees of two races ing King tee Five lurlongs furlongs lurlongsTHE furlongs of 1000 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs of 600 10 Ibs Dibs of 100 of 500 allowed 3 Ibs Dibs of one 6 Ibs Dibs of a race THE HAWTHORNE STAKES A sweepstakes for 15 Ibs Dibs Mile and a furlong furlongTHE furlong THE MONADNOCK MONSANTO STAKES A sweepstakes for thresyearolds thresher and upward Entrance 5 of 350 9 Ibs Dibs maidens beaten three or more twoyearolds toeholds Entrance 5 each to THE DASH STAKES A sweepstakes for three times 12 Ibs Dibs accompany each to accompany the nomination 50 addi Addis ¬ Five furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs the nomination 50 additional to start 1000 yearolds earls and upward Entrance 5 each to ac ¬ tional tonal to start 1000 added of which 200 to THE CLYDE LYE STAKES A sweepstakes for colts added of which 200 to the second and 100 to company the nomination 50 additional to the second and 100 to the third Nonwinners Snowiness and geldings two years old Entrance 5 each the third A winner of a sweepstakes of 1500 start 1000 added of which 200 to the second th is year of 2000 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs of 1000 9 Ibs Dibs to accompany the nomination 30 additional to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such or one of 2500 6 and 100 to the third Weight 5 Ibs Dibs below the of 500 12 Ibs Dibs Others nonwinners nominees this year to start 1000 added of which 200 to the sec ¬ Ibs Dibs penalty Others nonwinners nominees of 1000 scale A winner this year of a sweepstakes race of four races other than selling allowed 5 Ibs Dibs ond bond and 100 to the third A winner of a sweep ¬ allowed 4 Ibs Dibs of 5008 Ibs Dibs maidens beaten of 1500 to carry 4 Ibs Dibs of two such 8 Ibs Dibs pen ¬ Mile and a furlong furlongTHE furlong stakes race of 1000 to carry 4 Ibs Dibs of two such three or more times 12 pounds Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs alty salty Others nonwinners nominees in 1898 of 1000 al ¬ or one of 1500 7 Ibs Dibs penalty Others nonwin knowing ¬ THE ONTARIO HANDICAP A handicap sweep ¬ lowed 3 Ibs Dibs Nonwinners Snowiness at any time of 1000 THE AUTUMN HANDICAP A handicap sweep ¬ ners nears of two races of 500 allowed 3 Ibs Dibs of one stakes for threeyearolds Entrance 5 each to if nonwinners nominees this year of two races of 500 al ¬ stakes for tb roeyearolds freeholds and upward En 6 Ibs Dibs of a race of 350 9 Ibs Dibs maidens beaten accompany the nomination 50 additional to lowed 8 Ibs Dibs of one 12 Ibs Dibs Seven furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs trance 5 each to accompany the nomination three or more times 12 Ibs Dibs Five furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs 50 additional to start 1000 added of which start 1000 added of which 200 to the second THE SELLING STAKES A sweepstakes for THE MORTON PARK STAKES A selling sweep ¬ and 100 to the third Weights to appear three threeyearolds and upward Entrance 5 each 200 to the second and 100 to the third Weights stakes for woyear Dwyer olds Entrance 5 each to days prior to the race Acceptance to be made to accompany the nomination 50 additional to to appear throe days prior to the race Accept ¬ accompany the nomination 50 additional to through the entry box by the usual hour for the start 1000 added of which 200 to the second ance Vance to be made through the entry box by the start 1000 add d of which 200 to the second closing of entries the day preceding the race and 100 to the third The winner to be sold at usual hour for the closing of entries the day and 100 to the third The winner to be sold at and all so accepting to be liable for the starting auction If entered to be sold for 1800 to preceding the race and all so accepting to ba auction If entered to be sold for 1200 liable for the starting fee Mile and a half to carry jie jibe One mile carry weight for age if for less 1 Ib allowed ENTRIES TO THE ABOVE CLOSE ON THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1898 ADRESS DRESS Room 404 Monadnock Monsanto Building Chicago Illinois